Fieldcast FCT-PATEMSC (FCTPATEMSC, FCT PATEMSC, FCT/PATEMSC, fct-patemsc) Fiberbrik Fieldcast panel for ATEM Studio Converter
fiberbrik panel is a robust 19 inch rack mount connector panel, to be mounted directly above or below Blackmagic Design Studio Converter™.
fiberbrik panel features four Rosenberger OSI Duplex™ chassis connectors: now you can connect four Rosenberger OSI Duplex cable connectors to Blackmagic Design Studio Converter.
fiberbrik panel uses connectors with integrated bend-insensitive LC patch cables that connect straight to the fiber connectors of Studio Converter; they are short length to prevent any cable clutter.
fiberbrik panel does not change anything to the functionality of Blackmagic Design Studio Converter, it simply bridges from the vulnerable LC standards to the very robust RDC standard.
FieldCast FCT-PTZMFBASE1 (FCTPTZMFBASE1, FCT PTZMFBASE1, FCT/PTZMFBASE1, FCT-PTZMF/BASE1) Fiber Base One remote control station for 4 PTZ cameras
FieldCast Fiber Base One is a four channel fiber optic converter, designed as a remote unit for FieldCast Fiber Node One.
It sports one SMPTE connector and needs one SMPTE 311M/304 fiber optic cable to connect to Fiber Node One, to power it and to communicate with it. At its input, Fiber Base One accepts any voltage level between 100 and 240VAC, and the output level of the SMPTE connector is equal to the input level. So, when you plug into a 220V power outlet, the SMPTE connector simply offers 220V. Fiber Base One brings you four channels of 3G SDI output and ethernet I/O, just like Fiber Dock One and Fiber Node One, and you can connect straight to the switcher, plug in one or more PTZ controllers, add a multiviewer, recorders, whatever you want. Communication with Fiber Node One is pretty straightforward. One fiber of the SMPTE cable is used to tap into the fiber optic ethernet switch of Fiber Node. This means that a PTZ controller connected to Fiber Base is part of the same network as a PTZ controller connected to Fiber Node, and both can control any PTZ camera in the network. The other fiber of the SMPTE cable forwards all four video signals that reached Fiber Node One to Fiber Base One, which means that the four SDI outputs of both Fiber Node One and Fiber Base One output exactly the same signals.
In other words, when connected, Fiber Base One, the remote system, and Fiber Node One, the local system, are functionally equivalent and can work together. Typically, Fiber Base One will be placed in a control room or OB Van and connects to the switcher, where Fiber Node One will be mounted in a flightcase and connects to a portable multiviewer.
FieldCast Fct-ptzmfdock1 (Fctptzmfdock1, Fct ptzmfdock1, Fct/ptzmfdock1, Fct-ptzmf/dock1) Fiber Dock One standalone control station for 4 PTZ cameras
FieldCast Fiber Dock One is a four channel fiber optic converter designed for 3G SDI PTZ camera systems with ethernet control. If you want to go fiber with these the easy way, go Fiber Dock One.
As a four channel solution it brings you four channels of 3G SDI output, so you can connect straight to your switcher or monitor, but instead of coaxial cable it uses fast and reliable fiber optic connectivity to transport the video signals generated by your PTZ cameras.
You can connect your PTZ controller directly to the ethernet I/O port of Fiber Dock One, and it will act as a standard ethernet switch between your controller and your cameras, but again, instead of copper cable it uses fast and reliable fiber optic connectivity to communicate with them. Furthermore, Fiber Dock One features a four channel 24VDC power supply to power all four cameras over the cable.
For every channel, Fiber Dock One connects to FieldCast hybrid cable, and this light and robust cable contains two strands of fiber for data transport and two copper conductors for power transmission. Just imagine, each camera only needs one flexible cable to transmit uncompressed SDI video, control data and power.
At the other end of each hybrid cable you only need to attach FieldCast PTZ Monk, a one channel fiber optic converter with 3G SDI input, ethernet I/O and 12VDC output. Once your PTZ camera is connected to FieldCast PTZ Monk, it can start up, it will listen to the PTZ controller you connected to FieldCast Fiber Dock One, and a video signal will neatly show up at one of the Dock's four SDI monitor outputs.
FieldCast Fct-ptzmfdocksystem1 (Fctptzmfdocksystem1, Fct ptzmfdocksystem1, Fct/ptzmfdocksystem1, Fct-ptzmfdock/system1) Fiber Dock System One - for 4 PTZ Cameras 1x Fiber Dock One 4x 2Core single mode Hybrid Main Cable on drum 4x PTZ Monk
Turnkey fibre optic system for four 3G SDI PTZ camera systems with Ethernet control
FieldCast Fct-ptzmfnode1 (Fct-ptzmfnode1, Fct-ptzmfnode1, Fct-ptzmfnode1, Fct-ptzmfnode1) Fiber Node One local control station for 4 PTZ cameras
FieldCast Fiber Node One is a four channel fiber optic converter designed as a local unit for FieldCast Fiber Base One.
Fiber Node One has exactly the same functionality as FieldCast Fiber Dock One, and it has all the inputs and outputs. So what's the difference? Fiber Node One comes with a SMPTE connector for standard SMPTE 311M/304 fiber optic cable, and this extra connector adds a lot of functionality to the converter. SMPTE cable is a hybrid cable similar to FieldCast hybrid cable. It also has two strands of fiber and two copper conductors for power transmission, but it uses way larger connectors allowing for AC power to be transmitted over it. Fiber Node One uses this feature to the max. If at the other end of the cable you connect a 100-240VAC power source, Fiber Node One will draw power from the cable and still can do everything a Fiber Dock One does, but without the need for local power. This means that you can place the unit at any strategic position in the field, and the SMPTE cable simply acts as a long extension cord. But Fiber Node one also uses the two fibers of the SMPTE cable! One fiber is used for extending the fiber optic ethernet network, and the other fiber carries all four video signals coming from the FieldCast PTZ Monk units.
Here is where Fiber Base One comes in. It connects to the remote end of the SMPTE cable, powers it, taps into the fiber optic ethernet network, and receives the four video signals. It has ethernet i/O and four 3G SDI output channels, just like Fiber Dock and Fiber Node, but it only has the SMPTE connector for fiber and power. Bottom line, Fiber Base One is designed to act as a remote unit for Fiber Node One and Fiber Node One acts as a local unit for Fiber Base One.
FeildCast Fct-ptzmfnodesystem1 (Fctptzmfnodesystem1, Fct ptzmfnodesystem1, Fct/ptzmfnodesystem1, Fct-ptzmf/nodesystem1) Fiber Node System One - for 4 PTZ Camerasâ€¢ 1x Fiber Base One
FieldCast Fct-pwrst1 (Fct-pwrst1, Fct-pwrst1, Fct-pwrst1, Fct-pwrst1) Power Station One 1RU 24V DC 350W redundant power supply with front 4x hybrid chassis connectors and back 4x LC Duplex connectors
FieldCast Fct-ptzm (Fctptzm, Fct ptzm, Fct/ptzm, Fct-pt/zm) ptz Monk 3G sdi/ethernet to fiber converter with power out over fiber.
FieldCast PTZ Monk is a small one channel fiber optic converter designed for 3G SDI PTZ camera systems with ethernet control.
PTZ Monk converts the 3G SDI video output of the PTZ camera to fiber and acts as a fiber media converter for the ethernet control data.
When you connect a FieldCast hybrid cable coming from FieldCast Fiber Dock or FieldCast Fiber Node to the hybrid connector of PTZ Monk, it receives 24VDC at the input, and converts it to a stable 12VDC at the XLR 4-pin output to feed the camera.
At the same time the built in media converter taps into the fiber optic ethernet switch of Fiber Dock or Fiber Node and the ethernet I/O port on PTZ Monk becomes part of the network. And lastly, the 3G SDI input on PTZ Monk is converted to fiber, and the signal will find its way to Fiber Dock or Fiber Node.
PTZ Monk has separate standard connectors for power, SDI and ethernet and patches easily to PTZ camera.
Fieldcast FCT-CONVTHREEH6G (FCT CONVTHREEH6G, FCTCONVTHREEH6G, CONVTHREEH6G, FCT/CONVTHREEH6G) Converter Three Hybrid.
One channel of 6G SDI to fibre, with loop-through, and one channel of fibre to 3G SDI, with two SDI outputs.